New Library Web Site 2/21/14

New Library Web Site 2/21/14

Even though the snow last week caused a bit of a delay, the new JTCC Libraries’ web site is ready to launch this Friday, February 21st!  Please visit the library site on or after Friday to find access to all your favorite resources right from the library homepage. The new site gives students instant access to top resources, library events and news, all JTCC's databases and tools, library staff information, and much more!   While the new page may have a new look and feel, all the resources you used before are still available! We designed…continue reading →
African American History Month

African American History Month

African American history is American history. Brush up on your history! Come into the Library during February and take a look at the displays celebrating African American History Month. Featured books include the topics of politics, new fiction, literature of the Harlem Renaissance, essays by noted African Americans from the 19th century, music, autobiographies, poetry and more. GVSU student's Craigslist ad seeking someone to write his write essay for me Easily! Professional academic essay writers are working for You on Your essay. Just ask us "write me an essay.." The most effective writing…continue reading →

Aimless Love

How would you like a cool office in Washington D.C. complete with a telephone that never rings? All you have to do is become Poet Laureate of the United States. Of course it helps to have some published poetry. And it helps to have published poetry that makes the everyday exceptional and not just beautiful but heartfelt. And it helps to have beautiful, exceptional, heartfelt poetry that is notable enough to get you a guest spot on The Colbert Report. Billy Collins who was the Poet Laureate from 2001 to 2003 explains the…continue reading →
Coming soon…a new way to print!

Coming soon…a new way to print!

The John Tyler Libraries are happy to announce a new pay for print system coming in the Spring 2014 semester! In early spring, both campus libraries will introduce ePRINTit,  a new printing kiosk with tools to help students with all their printing needs. The new ePRINTit system features: Payment using a credit or debit card- no cash required! Prints from personal devices or library workstations. Credit of $1.00 on each student account. Low-cost options- .10/page for b&w and .50/page for color. Please stay tuned for details and instructions on using this new system.  Contact…continue reading →
Fiction Friday: Mr. Penumbra’s 24-hour Bookstore

Fiction Friday: Mr. Penumbra’s 24-hour Bookstore

Out of work due to the Great Recession and dejectedly looking for a job, former web designer Clay Jannon stumbles upon a help wanted sign in an ancient, dusty bookstore—Mr. Penumbra’s 24-hour bookstore. After demonstrating his ability to quickly climb ladders and retrieve heavy books Clay is hired as the night clerk. Mystified by the strange merchandise, the quirky customers and Mr. Penumbra’s insistence on careful record-keeping of every transaction, Clay begins to unravel an enigmatic code linked to a secret society founded by a fifteenth century typeface designer. Cleverly written and full…continue reading →